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A very tasty green chile stew indeed! I made this twice. The first time it was way too hot because I had used some leftover beef that already had green chiles in it, so I ended up with about double the chiles. I did cool it off by adding more water and some leftover rice enough to eat it. I enjoyed it, in spite of the heat, enough to make it again according to the recipe. I really really liked it the second time. For those with tender taste buds, you may want to add the green chile at the end, tasting as you go. I used extra hot ones generously, plus tomatoes with jalapenos, so mine was still pretty spicy even though I followed the recipe. It was just the way I like it. Move over green chile chicken stew, you've got competition now.

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Cook In Southwest April 21, 2010

We used ground beef instead of the stew meat. It was fabulous. A suggestion was made to add some jalapenos and/or poblano chilies next time.<br/><br/>It was truly a great meal to make in our dutch oven over the campfire.

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Matt P. November 29, 2014

Great! Did not add the 2 cans green chilies. The store only had medium tomatoes with green chilies. Found after adding, that was hot enough for my family. Delicious! Will make again.

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ilovemyfamily! July 11, 2012

Found this on the Campbell's soup community pages a while back and have made it several times - this is yummy stuff!

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Pinay0618 July 03, 2009

Oh yum! I am a convert to oven cooking in my cast iron.. This worked out great using chicken thighs instead of beef..In making the change I was able to feed the neighborhood on a busy week night..

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'nora May 14, 2009

Made this for the crew, Pot literally sopped clean. Thank You for sharing

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L DJ February 11, 2009

Works really well in the pressure cooker set to 10 lbs for 1/2 hour. Very tender.

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Judy T. February 10, 2009

Excellent! I dislike traditional stew so very much and this is such a wonderfully easy and yummy alternative with a nice southwest flare!

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KtGin January 16, 2009

Yummo! I made this Tuesday (we're having the rest tonight) and we all loved it. I made two slight changes - I left out the sugar, and used just plain fire-roasted tomatoes instead of tomatoes w/ green chilies. Turned out great - the meat & potatoes were cooked to perfection and the taste was great. Thanks!

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HEP MEP January 15, 2009
Santa Fe Beef and Green Chile Stew